|Origin:||acclimater, from climat; CLIMATE|
ac‧cli‧ma‧tize also acclimatise British English also ac‧cli‧mate American English [intransitive and transitive]
Runners had to acclimatize to the humid tropical conditions.
acclimatize yourself (to something)
I found it hard to acclimatize myself to working at weekends.
—acclimatization noun [uncountable]